|latex-bound paint||latex paint|
|(Painting) thick layer of paint applied to a surface; application of a thick layer of paint to a surface, paint thickly applied, technique of painting thickly||impasto|
|,(new zealand) suit jacket, cover surface, cover with a thin layer (of paint, dust, etc.), covering on animal, protective outer garment (against rain, cold, etc.); protective outer covering (fur, bark, etc.); coating, layer (as of paint), provide someb...||coat|
|a gouache painting, opaque watercolor paint, paint used in gouache, painting technique||gouache|
|act of applying paint with dots instead of lines||stippling|
|act of deriving something, proof, source, origin; something that has been derived; act of deriving; (Grammar) process of making new words from a root word (ex: "painting from the word "paint"), word formation||derivation|
|activity of applying paint, painted picture, painted picture; act of applying paint||painting|
|add a tint to, alcohol solution, chemical solution; jot, bit, tinge, slight trace; (Slang) alcoholic beverage, dye, heraldic color, imbue with, paint, color; infuse with, tinge or color, tiny amount of something||tincture|
|add something to a surface using paint, apply color to a surface; create a work of art with paint; make a design on a surface with paint; put makeup on; describe something in words; apply with a brush like paint, apply cosmetics to the face or nails, a...||paint|
|aircraft dome, bubble on paint, bubble; pimple; raised bubble on the skin that is filled with pus; raised area just under the top layer of a structure; bubble-like structure on a plane or aviation vehicle (e.g. for shooting the guns from a bomber), cau...||blister|
|always effective, bound to, certain to obtain something, certain; firm; confident; inevitable; reliable; steady, certainly, definitely true, dependable, firm and secure, firmly believing, undoubtedly, unerring, very confident, yes||sure|
|animal disease, feline distemper, paint, paint something with distemper, paint using whitewash; paint a painting using the distemper technique, painting with distemper, see also:canine distemper, whitewash; decorative painting technique in which glue o...||distemper|
|any bundle, bind into a sheaf, make into a sheaf, bundle of grain bound together after harvesting; bundle, collection, bundle of harvested grain stalks, sheave||sheaf|
|apply again (as in "apply a second coat of paint" ; make an application for a second time (e.g. "There is no need for students who were accepted last year to reapply")||reapply|
|apply bright shiny surface to something, coat something with enamel, coat with enamel, cover with a smooth and glossy coating (for ornament or protection); lacquer, glaze, glassy decorative or protective coating, hard layer on tooth crown, paint with a...||enamel|
|apply oil to something, flattery, fuel, greasy liquid (derived from animal, vegetable, and mineral substances) that does not mix with water and is used for many purposes (i.e. food, lubrication, etc.); petroleum, oil paint, oil painting, petroleum deri...||oil|
|apply small dots or dabs of paint or ink to a surface, apply with dabbing strokes, artistic technique, dabbed finish, dapple, make surface material appear grainy, paint by dabbing||stipple|
|artist who paints; one who covers surfaces with paint (especially professionally); mooring rope (Nautical), mountain lion, rope for tying up a boat, somebody who paints houses, somebody who paints pictures||painter|
|background, battle area, conducting body, connect with the ground, dregs, earth, first coat of paint, fix, forbid to go out, foundation, give somebody foundation, ground bass, hit a ball to the ground, land for a purpose, land on the ground, land surfa...||ground|
|bad painting, blotch, cover with plaster or mud; soil, dirty; paint in an unskillful manner, material which is spread on walls; act of daubing; painting which was poorly done, paint crudely, put something on blotchily, see also:wattle and daub, substan...||daub|
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